Spåkenes coastal fort is a ruined coastal fortress built by German forces during World War II in Northern Norway.
Spåkenes lies on the Spåkenes peninsula, which extends to the middle of the fjord Lyngen. It is on the hill Storbakken, the highest point of Spåkenes. Spåkenes is located on the border of Gáivuotna–Kåfjord and Nordreisa in Troms county. The nearest village is Djupvik.
Spåkenes is open to visitors and has two marked paths that present the history of the fort via drawings and fictional accounts based on real-life situations.
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